It was strange that this troll shared the same surname as Feferi. He decided not to ask; not yet, at least. It was obvious that the two were connected in some way, and Eridan was sure that he would discover it. He did find it curious that she knew Feferi. His best guess was that the sea trolls were doing their best to stick together, especially in the land dweller infested campus.
At least she was a sea dweller. He was sick of seeing the flabby pink skin of the humans that inhabited the area. Even those who were not human wore the same, disgusting flesh as the others. It appeared that only the trolls were unique in appearance. He gazed down at her haughtily as he introduced himself.
“If you must knoww, I’m Eridan.”
Meenah rolled her eyes. Obviously this chum thought he was some sort of royalty. She hated people who were stuck-up, and she simply scoffed at this arrogant sea troll. But despite her distaste, she was still curious about this boy. I mean, really. Another sea troll? How many sea troll can there be in one human place?
She wondered if he came from Feferi’s timeline—if he was one of the versions of their ‘future’ selves. She looked him up and down, frowning.
"say, fishfins," she said, "how do you know fef?"